439 Blog Posts From the Speed Limits Tag


The Thing about Speeding: NMA E-Newsletter #627

The Thing about Speeding: NMA E-Newsletter #627

By guest writer Eric Peters The problem with speed limits is they’re arbitrary and presumptive. A velocity maximum is decreed, and you are presumed a threat to others if you exceed it. Almost everyone understands this is silly—else almost everyone would not “speed” routinely. Most of us do not play Russian roulette, for instance, irrespective […]

Driving in America: Musings from Arizona’s Interstate 17

Driving in America: Musings from Arizona’s Interstate 17

By NMA Arizona Member Rod Harris For 15 years, I have commuted at least once a week between the greater Phoenix area and Flagstaff, AZ, roughly 130 miles each way, on Interstate 17. In my experience, the average speed was more or less the speed limit, when and where that limit is 75 mph. Of course, […]

DC Triples Down on Automated Cams and Vision Zero

DC Triples Down on Automated Cams and Vision Zero

Washington, DC, a notorious speed camera trap city, will now bring various other cameras up to the same service level (or cash, perhaps).  Currently, DC streets are fastened with 40 red-light cameras, eight stop sign cameras, and zero bus lane cameras. Under the Vision Zero Enhancement Omnibus Amendment Act of 2019 passed this fall, the […]

Stay Safe Behind the Wheel: Traffic Laws for Rainy Days

Stay Safe Behind the Wheel: Traffic Laws for Rainy Days

When it comes to driving on a rainy day, forgetting your umbrella at home could turn out to be the least of your worries. It’s almost needless to mention that any driver should adapt their cruising speed when extreme weather conditions occur. But how many drivers do you think are aware of their state’s traffic […]

Driving in America Dispatch from Arkansas: Election, Casinos, 30 Crossing, and Highway Speed Limits

Driving in America Dispatch from Arkansas: Election, Casinos, 30 Crossing, and Highway Speed Limits

By Thomas Beckett, NMA Member Editor’s Note: In 2020, for the Driving in America blog, Thomas has already written numerous posts on how a small state like Arkansas is working to fund infrastructure projects and an additional post on how Arkansas is raising speed limits. Check out his posts here: Driving in America—Arkansas Report Part […]

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